TEREX T750. Truck Crane. simple, available and cost effective"" FEATURES LIFTING

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1 LIFTING TEREX T750 Truck Crane FEATURES - 75 ton (68 mt) maximum lifting capacity -126 fl. (38.4 m) maximum boom length -192 fl. (58.5 m) maximum lip height Four-section full power boom with single lever control SWingaway jib offsettable 0, 1yo or 30 Two-speed main and auxiliary winches QUick-reeving boom head and hook block Fully independent multi-position out and down outriggers Environmental operator's cab optimizes load visibility and productivity Travel speeds to 55 mph (88 km/h) Tight 42 ft. 9 in. (13 m) turning radius Easy to read load chart books include range diagrams 12-month or 2000 hours warranty, major weldments are 5-years or 10,000 hours simple, available and cost effective"" Machines shown may have optional equipment.

2 TEREX T 750 Truck Crane Max. Lifting Capacity: 75 tons (68 mt) 126 ft. (38.4 m) FOUR-SECTION, FULL-POWER BOOM WITH SINGLE LEVER CONTROL High strength, four plate construction. Two double-acting boom hoist cylinders provide boom elevation of _2 to 78 for easier reeving changes and close radius operation. Quick-reeving boom head; no need to remove wedge from socket. ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATOR'S CAB - UPPER Rated Capacity Indicator (RCI) system including anti-two block system with automatic function disconnects. Fully adjustable operator's seat has shock-absorbing suspension and adjustable arm rests. Sound and weather insulated for comfort. Hinged tinted skylight and sliding right-hand, rear and door windows, roof wiper. Armrest mounted joystick or twin lever controls for swing, auxiliary winch, main winch and boom hoist; foot control pedals for swing brake, boom telescope and engine throttle. Complete instrumentation. Environmentally-sealed rocker switches. Circuit breakers in cab. RUGGED, EASY-TO-MANEUVER CARRIER '10 ft. (3 m) wide chassis is Terex designed and built with 8 x 4 drive. Full aluminum decking, fenders and rims. Ground level outrigger controls are built into rear fenders. '13 forward, 2 reverse RoadRanger transmission. Dual circuit, air self-adjusting front and rear service brakes. Fully independent hydraulic outriggers may be utilized fully extended to 23 ft. 7.5 in. (7.2 m), in their mid extended position or fully retracted positions. 414 HP (309 kw) Detroit Diesel S60 engine. POWERFUL, TWO-SPEED WINCHES 456 fpm (181 mpm) maximum line speed, 20,400 Ibs. (9250 kg) maximum line pull. Single lever control. Integral automatic brake. Electronic drum indicators. Winch drum rollers. HIGH CAPACITY, DEPENDABLE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Two tandem gear-type pumps driven off front of carrier engine. Combined system capability is 158 gpm (598 Ipm). Hydraulic reservoir with 177 gal. (615 I) capacity and full flow oil filtration system. OPTIONS INCLUDE: 38 ft. or 38 to 60 ft. (11.6 or 11.6 to 18.3 m) swingaway jib. Both offset 0, 1r or 30, Auxiliary winch with rope and drum roller. Heater/defroster, air conditioner for operator's cab; air conditioner for carrier cab. Cold weather kit for carrier cab. For more information, product demonstration, or details on purchase. lease and rental plans, please contact your local Terex Cranes Distributor. We reserve the right to amend these specifications at any time without notice. The only warranty applicable is our standard writlen warranty applicable to the particular product and sale, We make no other warranty, expressed or implied. ~TEREX CRANES Highway 501 East/P.O. Box Conway, SC USA (843) ' FAX: (843) _ - Gw.terexlift.c00 TC-509 Terex Cranes, Inc Litho in U.S.A. 10Ul00T34

3 TEREX Range diagram & lifting capacities T 750 RANGE DIAGRAM RANGE DIAGRAM T ' FULL POWER BOOM o " 75' T750 Truck Crane 7S Ton Capacity tu w li- D z :::> o a: o w>o co «f I o W WARNING CONSULT MACHINE RATING PLATE FOR BOOM LENGTHS, BOOM ANGLES. AND RADII WHERE A TIPING CONDITION MAY OCCUR ~=====- 5' I GROUND LEVEL HOOK DISTANCE FROM CENTER LINE OF ROTATION FEET ON OUTRIGGERS NOTE: These lines determine the limiting position of any load lor operating within working area~ indicated. AREAS OF OPERATION ON TIRES

4 RATED LIFTING CAPACITIES IN POUNDS FT BOOM ON FULLY EXTENDED OUTRIGGERS POUND TOTAL COUNTERWEIGHT 9700 POUND TOTAL COUNTERWEIGHT 2ND... ~rt~ 0 1ST _ ~ 0 BASE 1')(15 ~ O~'"DEDUCTIONS HORIZONTAL '-- POWERED BOOM LENGTH IN FEET Ifll k I Ilr ~ ~,..."~, '''~, '"-'"-'" 4C.5 FT 4f FT 55 FT 6f FT 75 FT R5 FT 95 FT 1C 5 FT 11,FT 1? FT loaded ED ED ED ED ED GO loaol::o ED ED. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB BOOM BOOM BOOM 800M BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM. LB ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE A~E I\NGI.E ANGLF. ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE side SIDE SIDE SIDE SIDE SiDE SIDE SIDE SJOF SIDE FT B5oo B2oo B B BBOO BOO B Roo 5Q R Bn lb B toooo BOO 46 B B B BO 2B B ZERO DEGREE BOOM ANGLE S (LB) I (RADII (» I I I I 0 '3000 I I 0 lb700 I I U I I 0 B600 I 0 I (~~ I I I 0 0 I 3200 I (3B.51 14B.S1 (5B B.51 I I I I MIN. BOOM ANGLE (DEG) FOR INDICATED BOOM LENGTH (NO ) MAX. BOOM LENGTH (FEET) AT 2 DEGREE BOOM ANGLE (NO

5 RATED LIFTING CAPACITIES IN POUNDS 126 FT BOOM FULLY EXTENDED 126 BOOM PLUS EXTENSION FULLY EXTENDED OUTRIGGERS POUND TOTAL COUNTER WEIGHT BOOM ' ' r! 2 OFFSET ~~~NSION ~ ~~ 17 OFFSET ITl1 ~ I II~~' ~ '~ 30 OFFSET W~'......~,~,...~,~,...~,~, '" 2 DEG EXT OFFSET WITH 17 DEG EXT OFFSET WITH 30 DEG EXT OFFSET WITH STINGER RETRACTED STINGER RETRACTED STINGER RETRACTED FOR BOOM LENGTHS FOR BOOM LENGTHS FOR BOOM LENGTHS >128.0 FT 164 FT >128.0 FT FT >128.0 FT 164 FT ED FOR 164 ED FOR 164 ED FOR 164 BOOM, LB FOOT BOOM, LB FOOT BOOM, LB FOOT ANGLE BOOM 360 ANGLE BOOM ANGLE BOOM 360' l:,; Z+ Z <; RROO RR R<; 7<100 7<; fio 5ROO RS DEG EXT OFFSET WITH STINGER EXTENDED FOR BOOM LENGTHS >150.0 FT -186 FT ED FOR 186 BOOM, LB FOOT ANGLE BOOM l:,; fi firoo 50 7<; RROO <;5 73 R::IOO R <; 67 <;::100 RO fi4 <;100 QO fio 4ROO.100 <;R ::1:: <; DEG EXT OFFSET WITH STINGER EXTENDED FOR BOOM LENGTHS > FT FT ED FOR 186 BOOM, LB FOOT ANGLE BOOM 360' :-Jtj DEG EXT OFFSET WITH STINGER EXTENDED FOR BOOM LENGTHS >150.0 FT -186 FT ED FOR 186 BOOM, LB FOOT ANGLE BOOM 360 Z

6 RATED LIFTING CAPACITIES IN POUNDS FT BOOM ON TIRES CREEP - OVER REAR 9700 POUND TOTAL COUNTER WEIGHT m~ 2ND 0 1~ --l...)"1 0 ty BASE jl,.)c.\s etubin~l- ~ Z+. O,--SEo DE Due-,ONS FT HORIZONTAL + "'-... ~~ tuv......', " " POWERED BOOM LENGTH IN FEET 40. :>FT 4 FT 5! FT 65 FT 7F FT ED ED ED ED ED BOOM. LB BOOM. LB BOOM. LB BOOM. LB BOOM ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE, LB L: REAR Z::: REAR Z::: REAR l4. REAR l4. REAR ZERO DEGREE BOOM ANGLE S (LB) I (RADII (» (34.0) (38.5) (48.5) (58.5) MINIMUM BOOM ANGLE (DEG) FOR INDICATED BOOM LENGTH (NO ) -2 MAXIMUM BOOM LENGTH (FEET) AT -2 DEGREE BOOM ANGLE (NO ) 65 TIRE INFLATION CHART TIRE SIZE ROADING CREEP 14.00R /80R /65R MAIN & AUXILIARY HOIST REEVING 6 X INCH 19mm) DIAMETER ROPE BREAKING STRENGTH LB. (26600 KG) PARTS OF LINE MAXIMUM LBS MAXIMUM KGS HOIST REEVING 8 X 19 ROTATION RESISTANT.75 INCH 19mm) DIAMETER ROPE BREAKING STRENGTH LB. (23500 KG) PARTS OF LINE MAXIMUM LBS ~:J0 MAXIMUM KGS

7 RATED LIFTING CAPACITIES IN POUNDS FT BOOM ON FULLY EXTENDED OUTRIGGERS OVER REAR 9700 POUND TOTAL COUNTERWEIGHT MOMENT DEVICE (LMI) CODE # POUND TOTAL COUNTERWEIGHT 1ST 8ASE ~~',(\S -- ~'1-I~L- LO~ HORIZONTAL 2ND ~RO o - 0 o o SEE 4 '---- DEDUCTIONS --- POWERED BOOM LENGTH IN FEET 'W...",-",,,..,,,,,,..,,,yy,,, 4n'iFT---4'Ff---- 'isft -- 6SFT 75FT B5FT!'15FT 1f5FT 11 FT P FT L~~D. LB L~~~P. LB L~~O. LB L~~~O. LB L~~O, LB L~~~O. LB L~~g~,o. LB L~~~O. LB L~~O. LB L~f.,o.LB ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE ANGLE.ii REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR 2':> REAR I ZERO DEGREE BOOM ANGLE S (LB) I (RADII ()) 0 I I 4700 I 0 I 3400 I 0 I 2500 l 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I (34.01 (78.5) (88.5) (98.5).. (106.5) (119.5) MIN. BOOM ANGLE (DEG) FOR INDICATED BOOM LENGTH (NO ) -2 MAX. BOOM LENGTH (FEET) AT -2 DEGREE BOOM ANGLE (NO ) 126

8 GENERAL NOTES GENERAL I. Rated loads as shown on lift charts pertain to this machine as originally manufactured and equipped. Modifications to the machine or use of optional equipment other than that specified can result in a 2., Reduction of capacity. Construction equipment can be hazardous if improperly operated or maintained. Operation and maintenance of this machine shall be in compliance with the information in the Operators, Parts and Safety Manuals supplied with this machine. If these manuals are missing, Order replacements from the manufacturer thru your distributor. These warnings do not constitute all of the operating conditions for the crane. The operator and job site supervision musl read the OPERATORS MANUAL, CIMA SAFETY MANUAL. APPLICABLE OSHA REGULATIONS, AND SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ASME) SAFETY STANDARDS FOR CRANES. This crane and its load ratings are in accordance wilh POWER CRANE & SHOVEL ASSOCIATION, STANDARD NO.4 SAE CRANE STABILITY TEST CODE J765A, SAE METHOD OF TEST FOR CRANE STRUCTURE J1063 AND APPLICABLE SAFETY CODE FOR CRANE, DERRICKS AND HOISTS, ASME/ANSI B30.5. DEFINITIONS I. RADlUS- The horizontal distance from the axis of rotation Before loading to the center of the vertical hoist line or tackle with a Load applied. ED BOOM ANGLE- II is the angle between the boom base Section and the horizontal, after lifting the rated load at the rated Radius. The boom angle before loading should be greater to account for deflections. The loaded boom angle combined with boom length give only an approximation of the operating radius. WORKING AREA- Areas measured in a circular arc about the centerline of rotation as shown in the diagram. FREELY SUSPENDED - Load hanging free with no direct External force applied except by the hoist rope. SIDE - Horizontal force applied to the lifted load either on the ground or in the air. NO STABILITY LIMIT- The stability limit radius shown on the range diagrams is the radius beyond which it is not permitted to position the boom, when the boom angle is less than the minimum shown on the applicable load chart, because the machine can overturn without any load. SET-UP I. Crane load ratings are based on the crane being leveled and standing on a firm, uniform supporting surface. 2. Crane load ratings on outriggers are based on all outrigger beams being fully extended or in the case of partial extension ratings mechanically pinned in the appropriate position, and the tires free of the supporting surface. 3. Crane load ratings on tires depend on appropriate inflation pressure and the tire conditions. Caution must be exercised when increasing air pressure in tires. Consult operator's manual for precautions. 4. Use ofjibs, lattice-type boom extensions, our fourth section pullouts extended is not permitted for pick and carry operations. Consult appropriate section of the Operator's and Service manual for more exact descriptions of hoist line reeving. 6. The use of more parts of line than required by the load may result in having insufficient rope to allow the hook block to reach the ground. Properly maintained wire rope is essential for safe crane operation. Consult Operator's Manuals for proper maintenance and inspection requirements. 8. When spin resistant wire rope is used, the allowable rope loading shall be the breaking strength divided by 5. unless otherwise specified by the wire rope manufacturer. OPERATION I. CRANE RATINGS MUST NOT BE EXCEEDED. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TIP THE CRANE TO DETERMINE ALLOWABLE S. 2. When either radius or boom length, or both, are between listed values, The smaller of the two listed load ratings shall be used. 3. Do not operate at longer radii than those listed on the applicable load rating chart (cross hatched areas shown on range diagrams). 4. The boom angles shown on the capacity chart give an approximation of the operating radius for a specified boom length. The boom angle before loading, should be greater to account for boom deflection. It may be necessary to retract the boom if maximum boom angle is insufficient to maintain rated radius. 5. Power telescoping boom sections must be extended equally. 6. Rated loads include the weight of hook block, slings, and auxiliary lifting devices. T11eir weights shall be subtracted from the listed rated load to obtain the net load that can be lifted. When lifting over the jib the weight of any hook block, slings, and auxiliary lifting devices at the boom head must be added to the load. When jibs are erected but unused add 2 times the weight of any Hook block, slings, and auxiliary lifting devices at the jib head to the loads. 7. Rated loads do not exceed 85% on outriggers or 75% on tires, of the tipping loads as determined by SAE Crane Stability Test Code J765A. Rated loads for partially extended outriggers are determined from the Formula. Rated Load=(Tipping Load X Tip Reaction)/ Structural strength ratings in chart are indicated with an asterisk *. 8. Rated loads are based on freely suspended loads. No attempt shall be made 10 drag a load horizontally on the ground in any direction. 9. The user shall operate al reduced ratings to allow for adverse job condilions, such as soft or uneven ground, OUI of level conditions, high winds, side loads, pendulum action, jerking or sudden Slopping of loads, hazardous conditions, experience of personnel, two machine lifts, traveling with loads, electric wires, etc. (side pull on boom or jib is hazardous) Derating of the cranes lifting capacily is required when wind speed exceeds 20-mph. The center of the lifted load must never be allowed 10 move more than 3* fl. off the center line of the base boom section due to effects of wind, inertia. or both. **Use 2 feet off the cenler line of the base boom for a two seclion boom, 3 feet for a three section boom, or 4 feet for a four section boom. 10. The maximum load that can be telescoped is not definable, because of variations in loadings and crane maintenance, but it is Permissible to attempt retraction and extension if load ratings are not exceeded. II. Load ratings are dependent upon the crane being maintained according 10 manufacturers specifications. 12. It is recommended that load handling devices, including hooks, and hook blocks, be kept away from boom had at all times. 13. FOR TRUCK : 360 deg. capacities apply only to machines equipped wilh a front outrigger jack and all 5 outrigger jacks properly set. If the front (5) outrigger jack is not properly set, the work area is restricted to the over side and over rear areas as shown or :he crane Working positions diagram. Use the 360 deg. Load ratings in the overside work areas.

9 DEDUCTIONS TO BE MADE FROM RATINGS HOOK BLOCK WEIGHTS 9.2 Ton Ball Hook 476 Pounds 8.3 M Ton Ball Hook 213 Kg. 20 Ton 1 Sheave Hook Block 420 Pounds 18.1M Ton 1 Sheave Hook Block 190 Kg. 75 Ton 5 Sheave Hook Block 1,220 Pounds 68M Ton 5 Sheave Hook Block 443 Kg. Note: These weights apply only to TEREX. INC supplied equipment. The load charts for the T750 are net load charts. The deductions to these charts are: 1. The weight of hook block, slings and auxiliary lifting devices. Their weight must be subtracted from the listed rated lifting capacity to obtain the net load to be lifted. 2. When lifting over the lattice extension of the weight of any hook block, slings, and auxiliary lifting devices at the main boom head must be added to the load. 3. When the lattice extension is erected but unused, add three (3) times the weight of any hook block, slings, and auxiliary lifting devices at the extension head to the load. Outriggers must be in the fully extended position when lifting at the main boom head with the lattice extension erected. 4. Add 150 pounds to the chart values if the auxiliary boom head sheave is not erected. 5. All other deductions have been taken in the charts.!wi TEREX CRANES, INC. P,O, Box Hwy, 501 EasVAtianlic Center Conway, SC U.S.A. (803) FAX (803) NOTE: All designs, SpeClllcalions, and components 01 the equipment described atcm:! are subjecl 10 Change allhe manufacturer's sale discretion at Bny time ano Without advance notice. Capacily charts and information printed here afe only a glide and may nol be comple1e. They should nol be relied upon 10 operate the crane. The individual load cham and lelaled lilting dala on each crene must be understood and govern operalion 01 the crane. Dala publtshed herem Is lnlormalional In nature and shall not be construed 10 warrant suilablilly ot the machine tor any particular purpose as perlormance may vary with conditions encountered. The only warranty applicable is oul standard warranty lor Ihls machine. T750-RevOO- " Pllnlen In USA 1997